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For questions concerning the Black Speech, the language constructed by J.R.R. Tolkien for his series "Lord of the Rings."
For questions on inflectional forms that indicate the grammatical functions of nouns, pronouns and their modifiers (such as adjectives).
For questions about naturalistic conlangs serving a specific linguistic subgroup (e.g., speakers of Slavic languages)
For questions about designing conlangs for a particular purpose or to reflect particular characteristics about its speakers and their culture
Language change refers to the natural changes in a language over time as it is used by its speakers
For questions concerning the Dwarvish language constructed by J.R.R Tolkien for his Middle-Earth setting.
For questions about making names of all kind (personal, geographic, people) using constructed languages.
For questions on the languages of the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin
For questions about conlangs relating to the Slavic languages, a branch of the Indo-European languages including (among others) Russian, Polish, Serbian, and Croatian.
The process where some or all of the lexemes of a language are replaced but the grammar of the language remains unchanged
For questions concerning statistical data about conlangs.
For questions about the Ido language, an international auxiliary language created as a reform project of Esperanto.
For questions about conlangs that have features similar to European languages (either by design or by accident). Also for questions about the features that make conlangs similar to European languages.
For questions about conlangs in regard to the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, that language influences human thought
A predecessor of the Lojban language developed in 1955 by Dr James Cooke Brown.
For questions about the international auxiliary language Interlingua designed by Alexander Gode with funding of the IALA.